Social Media Has Thoughts On Trump’s “Fidgety” Body Language During Arlington Ceremony: “It’s How Every 5-Year-Old Sways When Having To Control Their Impulse For 3 Minutes”

What sort of issues does he have? Besides the obvious I mean.

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It would appear that our petulant Commander-in-Chief has snuck out of his walled-in White House to pretend to pay his respects to those he allegedly called “Suckers and Losers.” Trump must have received the memo that he had not done anything pertaining to his job in weeks and thought this was as good an excuse as any to get back in the swing of things. He attended a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery and he was a bit off, to put it mildly. 

In footage of the event, he can be seen slowly lumbering towards the wreath and then leaning back and forth, fidgeting around like an impatient toddler. Donald Trump is no spry chicken, and he goes to any length to conceal anything that would make him appear weak. So when the truth leaks through the cracks it must be bad. 

Everything is in question when it comes to Donnie’s health, considering how far he goes to obscure the truth. What we do know, though, is that it hasn’t been that long since he was treated for coronavirus, given a plethora of different experimental and steroidal drugs. We also know that he will randomly tweet out that he certainly didn’t have a series of mini-strokes, completely unprovoked, as well as a ton of other alleged issues, including suspected drug abuse.


The sharp eye of social media had some things to say about Donald’s tweaked up waddle and they weren’t kind, but why would they be after he lost the election and refuses to admit defeat, like the child he is:

The world seems to be convinced of what you actually think of our veterans Donald, and they don’t like it when you pretend for the camera.

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Chris Gifford